I know . . . WAY too early, but we had cabin fever and I was anxious to see how starting my seeds in our solarium would turn out.
Yup way too early, but my experiment with newspaper starter pots was a success. This year we have added another member to our “seed starters” and have held off a month. It may still be a bit early, but we are gathering this weekend so I need to get busy.
I love these starter pots since they are bio-degradable, easy to make, and very inexpensive. If your thinking of starting your own seeds this year, rather than purchasing peat pots, you may want to give this a try.
You will need newspaper (opened my sheet is about 22″x11″), ruler, pencil, scissors, small cylinder (I find a 6 oz. tomato past can works well), tray for your seedlings. I’ve gathered my tools and supplies now it’s onto the work room.